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Families Displaced from AlHajar AlAswad Receive New Return Pledges

Published : 02-10-2020

Families Displaced from AlHajar AlAswad Receive New Return Pledges

Head of AlHajar AlAswad city council Khaled Khamis said displaced residents will be allowed to return to their houses in the area in the near future.

He said 38,000 families registered their names on ad hoc lists to return to the neighborhood, including 10,000 families who will return to AlThwarah and Tishreen streets, where 80% of buildings are habitable.

The official added that 60% of debris and sand have been cleared from the area. Rubble-clearance works are slated to end next week.

No exact date has, however, been revealed as to the families’ return to AlHajar AlAswad.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees took shelter in AlHajar AlAswad, which came under heavy shelling since 2013 and a crippling siege after ISIS crept into the area. Offensives launched by the Syrian and Russian forces resulted in heavy material damage and took away the lives of dozens of civilians.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10730

Head of AlHajar AlAswad city council Khaled Khamis said displaced residents will be allowed to return to their houses in the area in the near future.

He said 38,000 families registered their names on ad hoc lists to return to the neighborhood, including 10,000 families who will return to AlThwarah and Tishreen streets, where 80% of buildings are habitable.

The official added that 60% of debris and sand have been cleared from the area. Rubble-clearance works are slated to end next week.

No exact date has, however, been revealed as to the families’ return to AlHajar AlAswad.

Thousands of Palestinian refugees took shelter in AlHajar AlAswad, which came under heavy shelling since 2013 and a crippling siege after ISIS crept into the area. Offensives launched by the Syrian and Russian forces resulted in heavy material damage and took away the lives of dozens of civilians.

 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/10730